- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... even had a chance to experience the weightlessness of being pulled apart by opposing forces of gravitational pull. (When you are in a carload of engineers, even if 2/3's of them are only eleven years old, you can't get excited and yell out things; you have to speak accurately, using the correct scientific palaver, illustrated with accurate, objective substantiantion. It's like accidentally turning on NOVA in the middle of a birthday party.)
... decided to stay longer. The family was adorable and it was good because we could practice some Spanish. We made a deal for 10$ each including breakfast. We learnt later on that we were staying in the sheriff house....the husband is working with the police and the state. The week we came, he had to close a lot of shops and restaurants because they did not pay tax or weren't not respecting the hygiene norms. Anyway, we loved that place and if we ...
... still basically at the bottom of the hill. 20 minutes larter and the guide makes it and rakes the tea and a cake out his bag for us. I put my coca leaves in with my tea and then chewed them after id finished drinking it. My teeth and tongue went numb was weird so it does do something. My head was also fine after that so it worked a treat. Set off for the second part which was to the glacier. A Swiss girl with all the hiking and climbing gear had to ...
... there were smashed bottles all over the street, people weren't really talking much but there were plenty of people skulking around and it felt like trouble had kicked off or was about to. Luckily I made it to the place and back to the hostel in time as a few minutes later a mass brawl was kicking off. It worked its way down the hill towards the hostel and although the police came and broke it up it soon kicked off again. One guy in blue charged at people, but as he was ...
After taking some time to get through immigration we made it to our accommodation for the night. As we had left it until just before we got on the flight to book anywhere to stay we could only find one place open for our arrival at 3am. It took us over half an hour to check in as the clerk had no English and we knew no Spanish (we heard this would make South America a bit of a struggle..) but we finally got our room. I think he just ended up giving us the keys for a random room ...